Vortex/Swirl Flowmeter Model VT4000 / VR4000 Vortex ... - ABB Group

05.01.2010 - 1.5.8. DS-74 – Alarm Summary Structure . ..... Man: Parameter can be written in Target-Mode „Manual“. Auto: Parameter can be written in ...
1MB Größe 8 Downloads 327 Ansichten
TRIO-WIRL V

Vortex/Swirl Flowmeter Model VT4000 / VR4000

TRIO-WIRL S

Vortex/Swirl Flowmeter Model ST4000 / SR4000

Datalink Description FoundationTM Fieldbus TRIO-WIRL VT

TRIO-WIRL VR

Valid from Software Edition A10 D184B093U24

Rev. 01 / 03.2002 TRIO-WIRL ST

TRIO-WIRL SR

Flowmeter TRIO-WIRL Datalink Description Foundation Fieldbus

We congratulate you on having acquired a high-quality flowmeter designed by ABB Automation Products and thank you for the trust shown in our company. The on-hand instruction bulletin contains instructions relating to installation and mounting as well as technical data regarding the respective instrument design. ABB Automation Products reserves the right of modifying, without prior notice, the instruments’ Hard and Software for the benefit of technical progress. Should any questions crop up which are not covered by information given in this manual, please contact ABB Automation Products / Site Göttingen: Tel 05 51 / 9 05 – 0.

Copyright by ABB Automation Products. All rights reserved.

2

Flowmeter TRIO-WIRL Datalink Description Foundation Fieldbus

CONTENTS: 1.

BLOCK-OVERVIEW..........................................................................................................................................4 1.1 BLOCK TABLE LEGEND ...................................................................................................................................................4 1.2 RESOURCE BLOCK...........................................................................................................................................................5 1.2.1 Resource Block Parameter, sorted in accordance with index ................................................................................5 1.2.2 Resource Block Parameter, sorted according to names.........................................................................................8 1.3 ANALOG INPUT BLOCK ...................................................................................................................................................9 1.3.1 Analog Input Block Diagram..................................................................................................................................9 1.3.2 Analogue Input Block Parameter, sorted according to index...............................................................................11 1.3.3 Analogue Input Block Parameter, sorted according to names .............................................................................13 1.4 TRANSDUCER BLOCK ....................................................................................................................................................14 1.4.1 Channels and Units ..............................................................................................................................................15 1.4.2 Transducer Block Parameter, sorted according to index.....................................................................................16 1.4.3 Transducer Block Parameter, sorted according to names ...................................................................................28 1.5 DATA STRUCTURE.........................................................................................................................................................29 1.5.1 DS-65 – Value & Status – Floating Point Structure.............................................................................................29 1.5.2 DS-68 – Scaling Structure ....................................................................................................................................29 1.5.3 DS-69 – Mode Structure.......................................................................................................................................29 1.5.4 DS-70 – Access Permissions.................................................................................................................................29 1.5.5 DS-71 – Alarm Float Structure ............................................................................................................................29 1.5.6 DS-72 – Alarm Discrete Structure........................................................................................................................29 1.5.7 DS-73 – Event Update Structure ..........................................................................................................................29 1.5.8 DS-74 – Alarm Summary Structure ......................................................................................................................30 1.5.9 DS-82 – Simulate – Floating Point Structure.......................................................................................................30 1.5.10 DS-85 – Test Structure .........................................................................................................................................30 1.6 STATUS-BYTE ...............................................................................................................................................................31

2.

HARDWARE SWITCH ....................................................................................................................................32

3.

START-UP .......................................................................................................................................................33 3.1 NI-INTERFACE CONFIG. ................................................................................................................................................33 3.2 VERIFY HARDWARE SWITCH .........................................................................................................................................34 3.3 CONNECTION ESTABLISHMENT .....................................................................................................................................34 3.4 BLOCKS OUT OF SERVICE..............................................................................................................................................35 3.5 INSTRUMENT AND BLOCK DENOMINATIONS .................................................................................................................35 3.6 RESOURCE BLOCK.........................................................................................................................................................35 3.7 TRANSDUCER BLOCK ....................................................................................................................................................35 3.8 ANALOG INPUT BLOCK..................................................................................................................................................36 3.8.1 Unit with L_TYPE =Direct...................................................................................................................................36 3.8.2 Unit with L_TYPE=Indirect .................................................................................................................................37 3.8.3 Summary AI block settings ...................................................................................................................................38 3.9 PERIOD_OF_EXECUTION........................................................................................................................................40 3.10 SCHEDULING .................................................................................................................................................................41 3.11 DEVICE DISPLAY ...........................................................................................................................................................42 3.11.1 AI1 Out and AI2 Out ............................................................................................................................................42 3.11.2 AI1 Status and AI2 Status .....................................................................................................................................42 3.12 ERROR DETECTION........................................................................................................................................................42 3.12.1 Write parameters ..................................................................................................................................................42 3.12.2 AI-Block cannot be set to auto..............................................................................................................................44

3

Flowmeter TRIO-WIRL Datalink Description Foundation Fieldbus

1.

Block-Overview

The TRIO-WIRL converter contains the following FF-Blocks: 1x

Resource Block

1x

Transducer Block

2x

Analog Input Block

The resource and analog input blocks are standard FF blocks. The entirely comply with the FF specification FF-891-1.4. The transducer block is an enhanced block. The parameters up to the relevant index 29 correspond to the “Standard Flow with Calibration” block of the FF specification FF-903-3.0. The following parameters are instrument specific for TRIO-WIRL.

1.1

Block Table Legend

The below table treats the following attributes: Rel.Index:

Relative index of parameter within a block.

Data-Type:

Data type of parameter. Some parameters are structures (DS-xx). These structures are specified in chapter 1.5.

Size:

Size of the parameter in Bytes.

Storage Type: S=

D=

Static Parameter are store permanently (non-volatile). When writing a static parameter the Static Revision Counter ST_REV of the respective block (Index 1 in each block) will be incremented by one. Non-volatile parameters will be stored permanently. When writing „non-volatile parameters“ ST_REV remains unchanged. Dynamic Parameter will be lost during powering off.

Read:

R=

Parameter can be read.

Write:

Parameter can partially merely be written in certain operating modes (MODE_BLK, Index 5, sub parameter Target) OOS: Parameter can be written in Target-Mode „Out of Service“ Man: Parameter can be written in Target-Mode „Manual“. Auto: Parameter can be written in Target-Mode „Auto“.

N=

Default Value: Basic setting of the parameters. The parameter RESTART (Index 16 within Resource Block), selection „Restart with defaults“, allows resetting of the parameters to default values.

4

Flowmeter TRIO-WIRL Datalink Description Foundation Fieldbus

1.2

Resource Block

The resource block contains general information on the fieldbus instrument, such as manufacturer, instrument type, version no. etc.

1.2.1 Relative Index 1

Resource Block Parameter, sorted in accordance with index Parameter Name ST_REV

Data Type

Size

Storage Type

Read

Unsigned 16

2

S

R

Write in Target-Mode -

Default Values

Description

0

Revision counter for the static parameters. The counter is incremented each time the static parameter is changed. The user description of the intended application of the block. Thisparameter can be used to create a grouping of blocks by relating the same reference number to each block of a group. This parameter is not checked or processed by the block. The identification number of the plant unit. This information may be used in the host for sorting alarms, etc. The actual, target, permitted and normal operation modes of the block.

2 3

TAG_DESC STRATEGY

OctetString Unsigned 16

32 2

S S

R R

OOS,Auto OOS,Auto

space 0

4

ALERT_KEY

Unsigned 8

1

S

R

OOS,Auto

0

5

MODE_BLK

DS-69

4

N,D,S,S

R

OOS,Auto

6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

BLOCK_ERR RS_STATE TEST_RW DD_RESOURCE MANUFAC_ID DEV_TYPE DEV_REV DD_REV GRANT_DENY HARD_TYPES RESTART

Bit String Unsigned 8 DS-85 OctetString Unsigned 32 Unsigned 16 Unsigned 8 Unsigned 8 DS-70 Bit String Unsigned 8

2 1 112 32 4 2 1 1 2 2 1

D D D S S S S S D S D

R R R R R R R R R R R

OOS,Auto OOS,Auto OOS,Auto

Target : OOS Actual : OOS Permitted: Auto, OOS Normal : Auto 0 0 0

17

FEATURES

Bit String

2

S

R

-

0x4800

18

FEATURE_SEL

Bit String

2

S

R

OOS,Auto

0x4800

19

CYCLE_TYPE

Bit String

2

S

R

-

0xC000

0x320 = ABB 0x15 = TRIO-WIRL 1 1 0 0x8000 1

This parameter contains a summary of the block alarms State of the function block state machine. Read/write test parameter - used only for conformance testing. A description of the device description for the device Manufacturer identification number Manufacturer’s model name of the device Device revision Revision of the DD file of the device Options for the access from PLC and DCS systems to device parameters The types of hardware available for the channels of the device Several possibilities of restart are possible: 1) Run 2) Restart resource 3) Restart with defaults 4) Restart processor Used to show resource block options. 0x4800 = Reports supported, Hard Write Lock supported Used to select resource block options. 0x4800 = Reports supported, Hard Write Lock supported Describes the block execution methods. 0xC000 = Scheduled, Completion of block execution

5

Flowmeter TRIO-WIRL Datalink Description Foundation Fieldbus

Relative Index 20

6

Parameter Name CYCLE_SEL

Data Type

Size

Storage Type

Read

Bit String

2

S

R

Write in Target-Mode OOS,Auto

Default Values

Description

0xC000

Select ion of the block execution method. 0xC000 = Scheduled, Completion of block execution Time duration of the shortest cycle time of the device in 1/32 ms Available memory in the device Interval between writing copies of NV parameters to non-volatile memory. Zero means never. Percent of memory available for additional configuration. Percent of the block processing time that is free to process additional blocks. Timeout time for connections to PLC or DCS in operation mode Rcas Timeout time for connections to PLC or DCS in operation mod Rout Behaviour of output blocks if communication errors appears Allows the Fault State condition to be manually initiated Allows deleting the fault state condition Maximum number of unconfirmed notify messages possible. Maximum number of unconfirmed notify messages allowed. The time the device will wait for confirmation of receipt of a report before trying to send again. Retry shall not happen when CONFIRM_TIME = 0. If set, no writing is allowed. Cannot be cleared by software. Note:this parameter is dependent from the hardware switch Write_Lock (see chapter 2) This message is generated by any change to static data. Indicates alarms which are related to the block This parameter contains a summary of the block alarms Defines if block alarms are automatically acknowledged or not Priority of the alarm generated by clearing the WRITE_LOCK. This alert is generated if the write lock parameter is cleared. Version of the Interoperability Test Kit used to test the device.

21 22 23

MIN_CYCLE_T MEMORY_SIZE NV_CYCLE_T

Unsigned 32 Unsigned 16 Unsigned 32

4 2 4

S S S

R R R

-

1600 0 0

24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33

FREE_SPACE FREE_TIME SHED_RCAS SHED_ROUT FAULT_STATE SET_FSTATE CLR_FSTATE MAX_NOTIFY LIM_NOTIFY CONFIRM_TIME

Float Float Unsigned 32 Unsigned 32 Unsigned 8 Unsigned 8 Unsigned 8 Unsigned 8 Unsigned 8 Unsigned 32

4 4 4 4 1 1 1 1 1 4

D D S S N D D S S S

R R R R R R R R R R

OOS,Auto OOS,Auto OOS,Auto OOS,Auto OOS,Auto OOS,Auto

0.0 0.0 640000 640000 1 1 1 8 8 640000

34

WRITE_LOCK

Unsigned 8

1

S

R

OOS,Auto

1

35 36 37 38 39 40 41

UPDATE_EVT BLOCK_ALM ALARM_SUM ACK_OPTION WRITE_PRI WRITE_ALM ITK_VER

DS-73 DS-72 DS-74 Bit String Unsigned 8 DS-72 Unsigned 16

14 13 8 2 1 13 2

D D D,D,D,S S S D S

R R R R R R R

OOS,Auto OOS,Auto OOS,Auto OOS,Auto OOS,Auto -

0;0;0;0;0;0;9;0 0;0;0;0;0;0;0;8;0;0 0;0;0;0 0 0 4

Flowmeter TRIO-WIRL Datalink Description Foundation Fieldbus

1.2.2

Resource Block Parameter, sorted according to names

Parameter Name ACK_OPTION ALARM_SUM ALERT_KEY BLOCK_ALM BLOCK_ERR CLR_FSTATE CONFIRM_TIME CYCLE_SEL CYCLE_TYPE DD_RESOURCE DD_REV DEV_REV DEV_TYPE FAULT_STATE FEATURE_SEL FEATURES FREE_SPACE FREE_TIME GRANT_DENY HARD_TYPES ITK_VER LIM_NOTIFY MANUFAC_ID MAX_NOTIFY MEMORY_SIZE MIN_CYCLE_T MODE_BLK NV_CYCLE_T RESTART RS_STATE SET_FSTATE SHED_RCAS SHED_ROUT ST_REV STRATEGY TAG_DESC TEST_RW UPDATE_EVT WRITE_ALM WRITE_LOCK WRITE_PRI

8

Relative Index 38 37 4 36 6 30 33 20 19 9 13 12 11 28 18 17 24 25 14 15 41 32 10 31 22 21 5 23 16 7 29 26 27 1 3 2 8 35 40 34 39

Flowmeter TRIO-WIRL Datalink Description Foundation Fieldbus

1.3

Analog Input Block

The measurement calculation takes place within the transducer block. The transducer block internally provides the measurement values via “Channels”. The cyclic output of the measurement values takes place via the analog input blocks (Al-block). The TRIO-WIRL converter disposes of two Al blocks.

TRIO-WIRL Converter Transducer block measurementcalculation

Channel 1

Analog Input Block 2 Ch1 Ch2 Ch1Ch3 Ch2Ch4 Ch3Ch5 Ch4 Ch5

Channel 2 Channel 3 Channel 4

Analog Channel Channel

Input Block 1 AIBearbeitung

OUT2

AIhandling

OUT1

Channel 5

An Al block fulfils different tasks, such as change of scaling, alarm handling, simulation etc. See the following description:

1.3.1

Analog Input Block Diagram

Simulate Channel

Convert:

Cutoff

Filter

Output

L_TYPE XD_SCALE OUT SCALE

FIELD_VAL

PV

Alarm: Hi_Hi Hi Lo Lo_Lo

Channel:

Using the channel parameter (index 15) you can choose the measured value to be transferred from the transducer block.

Simulate:

The simulate parameter is a structure (see 1.5.9). You can activate a simulation by means of the sub-parameter “Simulate En/Disable”. The sub-parameter “Simulate-Value” indicates the simulation value which will be processed instead of the channel value. Note: The simulation can solely be activated if the hardware switch “Simulation Enable” is set to “on”, see 2. 9

Flowmeter TRIO-WIRL Datalink Description Foundation Fieldbus

Convert:

Converting is determined by the parameters L_TYPE, XD_SCALE and OUT_SCALE. The scaling structures (see 1.5.2) dispose of the Sub-Parameters EU100%, EU0%, Unit and Decimal Point. The channel value will be scaled to a percent value (FIELD_VAL) using the XD_SCALE according the following formula : FIELD_VAL = 100 * (Channel-Value – EU0%) / (EU100%-EU0%) L_TYPE can be of the following values: Direct: With Direct the entry value will be directly transferred to PV (Primary Analog Value, index 7). There will be no change of scaling: PV = Channel Value Structures XD_SCALE and OUT_SCALE have to be adjusted identically. Indirect: The percent value FIELD_VAL will be scaled to PV (Primary analog Value) using OUT_SCALE: PV = (FIELD_VAL / 100) * (EU100% - EU0%) + EU0% Indirect Square Root: Similar to direct. Additionally a roots function will be calculated PV = sqrt(FIELD_VAL / 100) * (EU100% - EU0%) + EU0%

Cutoff:

This function is equivalent to a low flow cut-off. It will be activated via a bit in IO_OPTS (index 13). If the PV value calculated undershoot the LOW_CUT value (index 17), PV will be set to 0.

Filter:

Using the parameter PV_FTIME (index 18) you may set a damping time expressed in seconds.

Alarm:

Four different alarms are available: Hi_Hi, Hi, Lo and Lo_Lo. For each of these alarms, the threshold …_LIM and the priority …_PRI can be set (index 25 to 32). A detected will be entered into a structure …_ALM (index 33 to 36).

10

Flowmeter TRIO-WIRL Datalink Description Foundation Fieldbus

1.3.2 Relative Index 1

Analogue Input Block Parameter, sorted according to index Parameter Name ST_REV

2 3

Data Type

Size

Storage Type

Read

Unsigned 16

2

S

R

Write in Target-Mode -

Default Values

Description

0

Revision counter for static variables. Every time a static variable changes the revision counter is incremented by one. The user description of the application of the block. This parameter can be used to create groups of blocks by assigning the same reference number to each block of a group. This paramte is not verified and not processed This parametr is used as identification number for plant units. It can be used within DCS or PLC systems e.g. to sort alarms. The actual, target, permitted, and normal operation modes of the block.

TAG_DESC STRATEGY

Octet String Unsigned 16

32 2

S S

R R

OOS, Man,Auto OOS, Man,Auto

Leerzeichen 0

4

ALERT_KEY

Unsigned 8

1

S

R

OOS, Man,Auto

0

5

MODE_BLK

DS-69

4

N,D,S,S

R

OOS, Man,Auto

6 7 8

BLOCK_ERR PV OUT

Bit String DS-65 DS-65

2 5 5

D D D

R R R

OOS, Man

9

SIMULATE

DS-82

11

D

R

OOS, Man,Auto

10

XD_SCALE

DS-68

11

S

R

OOS, Man

11

OUT_SCALE

DS-68

11

S

R

OOS, Man

12 13

GRANT_DENY IO_OPTS

DS-70 Bit String

2 2

D S

R R

OOS, Man,Auto OOS

14 15

STATUS_OPTS CHANNEL

Bit String Unsigned 16

2 2

S S

R R

OOS OOS

16

L_TYPE

Unsigned 8

1

S

R

OOS, Man

17

LOW_CUT

Float

4

S

R

OOS, Man,Auto

Target : OOS Actual : OOS Permitted: Auto, Man, OOS Normal : Auto 0 Contains a summary of the block alarms 0.0 This parameter is the primary measurement value for use in executing the block. 0.0 Thi is out value of the block. OUT will have standard block alarms plus standard HI_HI, HI, LO, and LO_LO alarms applied to it. This is a structure. With the sub parameter Simulate Enable/disable a simulation can be switsched on and off. If a simulation is active the sub parametr simulate value is used as input value for the block. EU100%: 100.0 Input scaling of the block. Using the100% and 0% values the channel value is scaled to EU0% : 0.0 percent(Field_Val). The channel unit must be in accordance with the channel unit. Unit :0 DecPoint indicates the number of digits after the decimal point for the display. DecPoint: 0 EU100%: 100.0 OUTPUT scaling of the block. Using the 100% and the 0% values the percent value EU0% : 0.0 (Field_Val) is scaled to the OUT value. The unit is the OUT unit. DecPoint indicates the Unit :0 number of digits after the decimal point for the display DecPoint: 0 0;0 Options for the access of DCS and PLC systems to parameter of the device 0 Options which the user may select to alter input and output block processing. Bit 10: Enable Low_Cutoff 0 Options which the user may select in the block processing of its status. 0 The number of the logical channel of the transducer block, which should be processed actually 0 Processing the input value: Direct: there is no scaling procedure the OUT isidentical to the INPUT Indirect: the input value is scaled using XD_SCALE and OUT_SCALE Square root: like indiret, however a mathematical square root is added. 0.0 Low flow cutoff : Values lower than LOW_CUT are set to 0 if the option (see IO_OPTS)

11

Flowmeter TRIO-WIRL Datalink Description Foundation Fieldbus

Relative Index

12

Parameter Name

Data Type

Size

Storage Type

Read

Write in Target-Mode

Default Values

18 19 20 21 22 23

PV_FTIME FIELD_VAL UPDATE_EVT BLOCK_ALM ALARM_SUM ACK_OPTION

Float DS-65 DS-73 DS-72 DS-74 Bit String

4 5 14 13 8 2

S D D D D S

R R R R R R

OOS, Man,Auto OOS, Man,Auto OOS, Man,Auto OOS, Man,Auto

0.0 0x1C;0.0

24 25 26 27 28

ALARM_HYS HI_HI_PRI HI_HI_LIM HI_PRI HI_LIM

Float Unsigned 8 Float Unsigned 8 Float

4 1 4 1 4

S S S S S

R R R R R

OOS, Man,Auto OOS, Man,Auto OOS, Man,Auto OOS, Man,Auto OOS, Man,Auto

0.5 0 +INV 0 +INV

29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36

LO_PRI LO_LIM LO_LO_PRI LO_LO_LIM HI_HI_ALM HI_ALM LO_ALM LO_LO_ALM

Unsigned 8 Float Unsigned 8 Float DS-71 DS-71 DS-71 DS-71

1 4 1 4 16 16 16 16

S S S S D D D D

R R R R R R R R

OOS, Man,Auto OOS, Man,Auto OOS, Man,Auto OOS, Man,Auto OOS, Man,Auto OOS, Man,Auto OOS, Man,Auto OOS, Man,Auto

0 -INV 0 -INV

0

Description is active Time constant of a damping filter for process variable. Time constant is in seconds. Input value in percent scaled by XD_SCALE This alert is generated by any change to the static data. Indicates the alarms related to the block This parameter contains a summary of the alarms of the bock The selection of whether alarms associated with the block will be automatically acknowledged or not Alarm Hysteresis, expressed as a percent of the PV span . Priority of the high high alarm. The value for the high high alarm ilimit n engineering units. Priority of the high alarm. The value for the high alarm limit in engineering units. Priority of the low alarm. The value for the low alarm limit in engineering units. Priority of the low low alarm. The value for the low low alarm limit in engineering units. The status for high high alarm and its associated time stamp. The status for high alarm and its associated time stamp. The status of the low alarm and its associated time stamp. The status of the low low alarm and its associated time stamp.

Flowmeter TRIO-WIRL Datalink Description Foundation Fieldbus

1.3.3

Analogue Input Block Parameter, sorted according to names

Parameter Name ACK_OPTION ALARM_HYS ALARM_SUM ALERT_KEY BLOCK_ALM BLOCK_ERR CHANNEL FIELD_VAL GRANT_DENY HI_ALM HI_HI_ALM HI_HI_LIM HI_HI_PRI HI_LIM HI_PRI IO_OPTS L_TYPE LO_ALM LO_LIM LO_LO_ALM LO_LO_LIM LO_LO_PRI LO_PRI LOW_CUT MODE_BLK OUT OUT_SCALE PV PV_FTIME SIMULATE ST_REV STATUS_OPTS STRATEGY TAG_DESC UPDATE_EVT XD_SCALE

Relative Index 23 24 22 4 21 6 15 19 12 34 33 26 25 28 27 13 16 35 30 36 32 31 29 17 5 8 11 7 18 9 1 14 3 2 20 10

13

Flowmeter TRIO-WIRL Datalink Description Foundation Fieldbus

1.4

Transducer Block

The Transducer Block contains all instrument specific parameters and functions needed for flow measurement and calculation. The following diagram shows the sequence of calculations:

Frequency measurement

Temperature measurement

Channel 4: Temperature

Damping (digital filter) àf

Channel 5: Frequency

Actual flow Qv = f / k

Channel 1: Qv

Flow in operating mode

Operating mode„Switch“

totalizer (in op. mode)

Channel 2: Q-op. mode

Channel 3: totalizer

The Primary (Vortex or Swirl flow meter) generates a frequency signal. Using the calibration factors (k-factors) and damping parameter the converter calculates the actual flow value Qv . In accordance to the operating mode a flow value is calculated (e.g. mass flow(Qm), normal flow (QN)) and is the input for the flow totalizer. Additionally the temperature oftheflow medium is measured, if this option is selected by ordering the device. These calculated and measured values as is shown in the diagram can be taken from channel 1 to 5 from the transducer block output value. Note:

14

Cyclical readings of measured values can only be taken from the AI blocks. Using the channel parameter within the AI block the desired measurement value can be chosen. See picture in chapter 1.3.

Flowmeter TRIO-WIRL Datalink Description Foundation Fieldbus

1.4.1

Channels and Units

The transducer block within the TRIO-WIRL provides 5 measurements in so-called channels. Each AI block disposes of one channel parameter (index 15). This so-called channel parameter decides which channel will be transferred from the TB to the AI. Each channel disposes of one physical unit. This unit has to comply with the XD-scale-unit of the AI blocks. Should it fail to do so, the AI block cannot be set to auto-mode. Channel 1:

Qv = actual flow Unit: see TB-Parameter “Unit Qv” (Index 54)

Channel 2:

Q Operating mode = flow in operating mode chosen Unit: Depending on the respective operating mode (see TB index 42) this is a volume flow unit (see TB parameter “unit Qv” index 54) or a mass flow unit (see TB parameter “unit Qm” index 55)

Channel 3:

Totalizer Unit: depending on operating mode (see TB index 42) a volume flow unit (see TB parameter “unit Zv”, index 61) or a mass flow unit (see TB parameter “unit Zm”, index 62)

Channel 4:

Temperature Unit: see TB parameter “unit temp.” (index 48)

Channel 5:

Frequency unit: Hz

15

Flowmeter TRIO-WIRL Datalink Description Foundation Fieldbus

1.4.2

Transducer Block Parameter, sorted according to index

Parameter: 1 to 29 30 to 33 34 to 125

Relative Index 1

16

equal a standard flow with calibration block, as described in FF document FF- 903 PS3. contain further measurement values; calculated within the transducer block comprise setting parameters of the converter. These are also accessible via display and keyboard of the converter. The description of the parameters can be taken from the converter instruction manual. In the following you can find a list of all entry values permitted.

Parameter Name

Data type

Size

Read

Write

2

Storage Type S

ST_REV

Unsigned 16

2 3

TAG_DESC STRATEGY

4

Default Values

R

-

OctetString Unsigned 16

32 2

S S

R R

OOS,Auto OOS,Auto

Space character 0

ALERT_KEY

Unsigned 8

1

S

R

OOS,Auto

96

5

MODE_BLK

DS-69

4

N,D,S,S

R

OOS,Auto

6

BLOCK_ERR

Bit String

2

D

R

-

7 8

UPDATE_EVT BLOCK_ALM

DS-73 DS-72

14 13

D D

R R

OOS,Auto OOS,Auto

Target : OOS Actual : OOS Permitted: Auto, OOS Normal : Auto 0 This parameter reflects the error status associated with the hardware or software components associated with a block. It is a bit string, so that multiple errors may be shown. Bit 0 = Other Bit 1 = Block Configuration Error Bit 2 = Link Configuration Error Bit 3 = Simulate Active Bit 4 = Local Override Bit 5 = Device Fail Safe Set Bit 6 = Device Needs Maintenance Soon Bit 7 = Input Failure/ process variable has BAD status Bit 8 = Output Failure Bit 9 = Memory Failure Bit 10 = Lost Static Data Bit 11 = Lost NV Data Bit 12 = Readback Check Failure Bit 13 = Device needs maintenance Now Bit 14 = Power-up Bit 15 = Out-of-Service (MSB) This alert is generated by any change to the static data. The block alarm is used for all configuration, hardware, connection failure or

1

Description Revision counter for statics variables. Each timea static variable is changed the counter is incremented by one. The user description of the intended application of the block. The strategy field can be used to create grouping of blocks by relating the same reference number to each block of a group. This data is not checked or processed by the block The identification number of the plant unit. This information may be used in PLC or DCS systems for sorting alarms, etc. The actual, target, permitted, and normal modes of the block.Actual and allowable operation modes of the block.

Flowmeter TRIO-WIRL Datalink Description Foundation Fieldbus

Relative Index

Parameter Name

Data type

Size

Storage Type

Read

Write

Default Values

Array of Unsigned 16 Unsigned 16 Unsigned 8 Array of Unsigned 32 Unsigned 16

1

C

R

-

0

2 1 1

C D C

R R R

-

0

2

S

R

OOS,Auto

9

TRANSDUCER_DIRECTORY

10 11 12

TRANSDUCER_TYPE XD_ERROR COLLECTION_DIRECTORY

13

PRIMARY_VALUE_TYPE

14

PRIMARY_VALUE

DS-65

5

D

R

-

15

PRIMARY_VALUE_RANGE

DS-68

11

N

R

-

16

CAL_POINT_HI

Float

4

S

R

OOS,Auto

17

CAL_POINT_LO

Float

4

S

R

18

CAL_MIN_SPAN

Float

4

C

R

-

19

CAL_UNIT

Unsigned 16

2

S

R

OOS,Auto

1349

20

SENSOR_TYPE

Unsigned 16

2

C

R

OOS,Auto

112

21

SENSOR_RANGE

DS-68

11

C

R

-

22 23 24 25 26

SENSOR_SN SENSOR_CAL_METHOD SENSOR_CAL_LOC SENSOR_CAL_DATE SENSOR_CAL_WHO

Visible String Unsigned 8 Visible String Date Visible String

32 1 32 7 32

C S S S S

R R R R R

OOS,Auto OOS,Auto OOS,Auto OOS,Auto

101

OOS,Auto 0.0

Description system problems in the block. The directory that specifies the number and starting indices of the transducers in the transducer block. Identifies the transducer type that follows. Error codes of the Block A directory that specifies the number, starting indices, and DD Item IDs of the data collections in each transducer within a transducer block. The type of measurement represented by the primary value. The table shown below describes this parameter. 101 : volumetric flow The measured value is the actual flow QV Unit: see index 54, unit Qv The High and Low range limit values, the engineering units code and the number of digits to the right of the decimal point to be used to display the Primary Value. High limit value = QmaxDN, see Index 56 Low Limit Value = 0 Unit = unit Qv, see index 54 DecPoint =2 The highest calibration point: Equal to Index 56: QmaxDN Writing to this index means changing index 56 too The lowest calibration point:: Equal to Index 58: Qmin Writing to this index means changing index 58 too The minimum calibration span value allowed. This value is not used and therefore is set to 0.0 The engineering units code index for the calibration values. Equal to Index 54: Einheit Qv Writing to this index means changing index 54 too The type of the sensor defined below. 112 : Vortex note: even if primary is SWIRL the number 112 is valid The High and Low range measurement values, the engineering units code, and the number of digits to the right of the decimal point . SENSOR_RANGE.100%: QmaxDN, see Index 56 SENSOR_RANGE.0% : Qmin , see Index 58 SENSOR_RANGE.Unit : UnitQv , see Index 54 SENSOR_RANGE.DecPt: 2 The sensor serial number (not implemented for TRIO-WIRL) The method of sensor calibration The location of the last sensor calibration The date of the last sensor calibration. The name of the person who is responsible for the last sensor calibration.

17

Flowmeter TRIO-WIRL Datalink Description Foundation Fieldbus

Relative Index 27

18

Parameter Name LIN-TYPE

Data type

Size

Read

Write

2

Storage Type C

Unsigned 16

R

OOS,Auto

DS-65

5

D

R

-

Unsigned 16

2

S

R

OOS,Auto

Float

4

R

-

R R

OOS,Auto -

Default Values

28

SECONDARY_VALUE

29

SECONDARY_VALUE_UNIT

30

SECONDARY_VALUE_2

31 32

SECONDARY_VALUE_2_UNIT SECONDARY_VALUE_3

Unsigned 16 Float

2 4

33 34 35

SECONDARY_VALUE_3_UNIT Version Progr.level

Unsigned 16 Visible String Unsigned 8

2 16 1

N D

R R R

OOS,Auto OOS,Auto

36

Service code

Unsigned 16

2

D

R

OOS,Auto

37

language

Unsigned 8

1

S

R

OOS,Auto

0

38

Primary

Unsigned 8

1

S

R

OOS,Auto

1

39

Meter size Swirl

Unsigned 8

1

S

R

OOS,Auto

0

40

Meter size Vortex

Unsigned 8

1

S

R

OOS,Auto

0

D200F002U01 A.00 0

Description Contains the linearisation type used to describe the behavior of the sensor: 1 : Linear with input signal Secondary Value = flow in operating mode chosen unit: see Index 54, UnitQv, or Index 55, Unit Qm, depending on operating mode chosen (Index 42) Unit: see Index 54, UnitQv, or Index 55, UnitQm, Depending on operating mode chosen (Index 42) Third Value = Temperature Unit: see Index 48, UnitTemp Unit: see Index 48, UnitTemp Fourth value = Frequency Unit: Hz Unit:: 1077 = Hz Software version 0 : Locked 1 : Standard 2 : Specialist 3 : Service Limits: none Unit : none 0 : German 1 : English 0 : Swirl ST/SR 1 : Vortex VT/VR 0 : 15 mm 1/2 in 1 : 20 mm 3/4 in 2 : 25 mm 1 in 3 : 32 mm 1-1/4 in 4 : 40 mm 1-1/2 in 5 : 50 mm 2 in 6 : 80 mm 3 in 7 : 100 mm 4 in 8 : 150 mm 6 in 9 : 200 mm 8 in 10: 300 mm 12 in 11: 400 mm 16 in 0 : DIN 15mm 0.5in 1 : DIN 25mm 1in 2 : DIN 40mm 1.5in 3 : DIN 50mm 2in 4 : DIN 80mm 3in 5 : DIN 100mm 4in 6 : DIN 150mm 6in 7 : DIN 200mm 8in

Flowmeter TRIO-WIRL Datalink Description Foundation Fieldbus

Relative Index

Parameter Name

Data type

Size

Storage Type

Read

Write

Default Values

41

Shedule Correct.

Unsigned 8

1

S

R

OOS,Auto

1

42

Flow mode

Unsigned 8

1

S

R

OOS,Auto

0

43

Unit Density

44

Reference density

Unsigned 16

2

S

R

OOS,Auto

1103

Float

4

S

R

OOS,Auto

1.0

Description 8 : DIN 250mm 10in 9 : DIN 300mm 12in 10: ANSI 15mm 0.5in 11 : ANSI 25mm 1in 12 : ANSI 40mm 1.5in 13 : ANSI 50mm 2in 14 : ANSI 80mm 3in 15 : ANSI 100mm 4in 16 : ANSI 150mm 6in 17 : ANSI 200mm 8in 18 : ANSI 250mm 10in 19 : ANSI 300mm 12in 0 : Schedule40 1 : Schedule80 0 : Liquid Qv 1 : Liquid Qm (D) 2 : Liquid Qm (D,T) 3 : Liquid Qm (V,T) 4 : Gas Qv 5 : Gas Norm Qn (pT) 6 : Gas Stnd Qs (pT) 7 : Gas Stnd Qs (Cmp) 8 : Gas MassQm (pT) 9 : Gas MassQm (D) 10: Steam satu. Qm 11: Steam satu. Qv

(1) (1) (2) (2) (3) (4) (4) (3) (4) (3) (4) (4)

Notes: (1) can solely be chosen if “Enable K-Set” (Index 83) is set to 1 or 2 (2) can solely be chosen if “Enable K-Set” (Index 83) is set to 1 or 2 and PT100-Sensor (Index 82) is set to 1 (3) can solely be chosen if “Enable K-Set” (Index 83) is set to 0 or 2 (4) can solely be chosen if “Enable K-Set” (Index 83) is set to 0 or 2 and PT100-Sensor (Index 82) be set to 1 1104: g/ml 1100: g/cm3 1105: g/l 1103: kg/l 1097: kg/m3 1107: lb/ft3 1108: lb/ugl Lower limit: 0.00001 kg/l Upper limit :10 kg/l or corresponding values expressed in different units Unit : see Index 43, Unit density

19

Flowmeter TRIO-WIRL Datalink Description Foundation Fieldbus

Relative Index 45

20

Parameter Name Normal density

Data type

Size

Read

Write

4

Storage Type S

Float

Default Values

R

OOS,Auto

0.001293

Float

4

S

R

OOS,Auto

1.0

46

Norm factor

47

Normal condition

Unsigned 8

1

S

R

OOS,Auto

0

48

Unit temperature

Unsigned 16

2

S

R

OOS,Auto

1001

49

Reference temperature

Float

4

S

R

OOS,Auto

20.0

50

Unit pressure

Unsigned 16

2

S

R

OOS,Auto

1137

51

PressurePopr abs

Float

4

S

R

OOS,Auto

1.0133

52

Volume Extension

Float

4

S

R

OOS,Auto

1.0

53

Density Extension

Float

4

S

R

OOS,Auto

1.0

54

Unit Qvol

Unsigned 16

2

S

R

OOS,Auto

1349

Description Lower limit: 0.0 kg/l Upper limit :0.1 kg/l Or corresponding values expressed in different units Unit : see Index 43, Unit density Lower limit: 0.00001 Upper limit : 30.0 Unit : none 0 : 1.0133bara °C 1 : 1.0133bara 20 °C 2 : 14.7psi-abs 60F 3 : 14.7psi-abs 70F 1001: °C 1002: F 1000: K Lower limit: -200 °C Upper limit : 450 °C Or corresponding values expressed in different units Unit : see Index 48, UnitTemp. 1137: bara 1142: PSIA 1132: MPA 1138: mbar Lower limit: 0 bar Upper limit : 100 bar Or corresponding values expressed in different units Unit : see Index 50, Unit Pressure Lower limit: 0 Upper limit : 10.0 Unit : none Lower limit: 0 Upper limit : 10.0 Unit : none 1351: l/s 1352: l/m 1353: l/h 1347: m3/s 1348: m3/m 1349: m3/h 1350: m3/d 1356: ft3/s 1357: ft3/m 1358: ft3/h 1359: ft3/d 1362: usgps 1363: usgpm

Flowmeter TRIO-WIRL Datalink Description Foundation Fieldbus

Relative Index

Parameter Name

55

Unit Qm

56 57

Data type

Size

Storage Type

Read

Write

Default Values

Unsigned 16

2

S

R

OOS,Auto

1324

QmaxDN operation Qmax

Float Float

4 4

N S

R R

OOS,Auto

1.67 1.67

58

Qmin operat.

Float

4

S

R

OOS,Auto

0.139

59

Totalizer

Float

4

N

R

-

60 61

Overflow (totalizer) Unit totalizer (Volume units)

Unsigned 16 Unsigned 16

2 2

N S

R R

OOS,Auto

0 1034

62

Unit totalizer (Mass unit)

Unsigned 16

2

S

R

OOS,Auto

1088

63

Totalizer Reset

1

D

R

OOS,Auto

0

0.0

Description 1364: usgph 1365: usmgd 1367: igps 1368: igpm 1369: igph 1370: igpd 1371: bbl/s 1372: bbl/m 1373: bbl/h 1374: bbl/d 1318: g/s 1319: g/m 1320: g/h 1322: kg/s 1323: kg/m 1324: kg/h 1325: kg/d 1327: t/m 1328: t/h 1329: t/d 1330: lb/s 1331: lb/m 1332: lb/h 1333: lb/d Unit: see Index 54, UnitQv Limits: depending on different other parameters Unit : see index 54, unitQv or index 55, unitQm, depending on operating mode chosen (index 42) Lower limit: 0 Upper limit : depending on other parameters Unit: see index 54, UnitQv Unit: see index 61, unitZv, or Index 62, unitZm, Depending on operating mode chosen (Index 42) Unit: none 1038: l 1034: m3 1043: ft3 1048: ugl 1049: igl 1051: bbl 1089: g 1088: kg 1092: t 1094: lb 0 : no totalizer reset

21

Flowmeter TRIO-WIRL Datalink Description Foundation Fieldbus

Relative Index

22

Parameter Name

64

Damping

65

Hardware Config.

Data type

Size

Storage Type

Read

Write

Default Values

Float

4

S

R

OOS,Auto

3.0

Unsigned 8

1

S

R

OOS,Auto

0

66

Minalarm flow

Float

4

S

R

OOS,Auto

0.0

67

Maxalarm flow

Float

4

S

R

OOS,Auto

100.0

68

Minalarm Temp.

Float

4

S

R

OOS,Auto

-60.0

69

Maxalarm Temp.

Float

4

S

R

OOS,Auto

510.0

70

Pulse factor

Float

4

S

R

OOS,Auto

20.0

71

Pulse width

Float

4

S

R

OOS,Auto

5

72

Display mode

Unsigned 8

1

S

R

OOS,Auto

0

73 74 75

Display line 1 Display line 2 Display line 3

Unsigned 8 Unsigned 8 Unsigned 8

1 1 1

S S S

R R R

OOS,Auto OOS,Auto OOS,Auto

0 3 2

Description 1 : reset totalizer Note: value will be automatically reset to 0 should a value other than zero be entered. Lower limit : 0.2 Upper limit : 100 Unit : Seconds 0 : Off 1 : Puls_Bin 2 : Q_Alarm 3 : T_Alarm (1) 4 : S_Alarm Note: (1) can solely be chosen, should the parameter PT100Sensor (Index 82) be set to 1 Lower limit :0 Upper limit : 100 unit :% Lower limit :0 Upper limit : 100 Unit :% Lower limit : -60.0 °C Upper limit : 510.0 °C Or corresponding values expressed in different units Unit : see Index 48, UnitTemp Lower limit : -60.0 °C Upper limit : 510.0 °C Or corresponding values expressed in different units Unit : see Index 48, UnitTemp Lower limit : 0.001 Upper limit :1000 Note: in some cases the input range may be less Unit :1 / Unit Totalizer Lower limit : 1 msec Upper limit : 256 msec or less. (limitation to max. 50% period length at pulse output) Unit : msec 0 : 1 big line, 1 small line 1 : 4 small lines 0 : Q Operating mode 1 : Qv Operation 2 : Per cent 3 : Totalizer 4 : Temperature (1) 5 : Frequency 6 : AI1 Out 7 : AI1 Status 8 : AI2 Out 9 : AI2 Status Note:

Flowmeter TRIO-WIRL Datalink Description Foundation Fieldbus

Relative Index 76 77 78

Parameter Name Display line 4 Display contrast Error register

Data type

Size

Read

Write

1 1 2

Storage Type S S N

Unsigned 8 Unsigned 8 Unsigned 16

79 80 81 82

Mains failure Instrument No. Order-Number PT100 Sensor

83

Default Values

R R R

OOS,Auto -

5 144 0

Unsigned 16 Unsigned 16 Visible String Unsigned 8

2 2 16 1

N N S S

R R R R

OOS,Auto OOS,Auto

0 0 00000000x000 0

Enable K-Set

Unsigned 8

1

S

R

OOS,Auto

2

84

k-Linearisation

Unsigned 8

1

S

R

OOS,Auto

0

85

Schedule-ShiftFct

Float

4

S

R

OOS,Auto

0.0

86

Calib.Schedule

Float

4

S

R

OOS,Auto

1.0

87

Liquid f1

Float

4

S

R

OOS,Auto

2500.0

88

Liquid f2

Float

4

S

R

OOS,Auto

2500.0

89

Liquid f3

Float

4

S

R

OOS,Auto

2500.0

90

Liquid f4

Float

4

S

R

OOS,Auto

2500.0

Description

Range 136 (min. Contrast) – 159 (max. Contrast) Bit 0: Steam calculation Bit 1: Front end Bit 2: Bit 3: Flow > 115% Bit 4: Bit 5: Main Data base Bit 6: Totalizer incorrect Bit 7: Temperature Bit 8: Bit 9: Qv > 115% QmaxDN Bit 10: Bit 11: Backup Data base Bit 12: Bit 13: Bit 14: Bit 15: -

0 : Off 1 : On 0 : Gas 1 : Liquid 2 : Liquid & Gas 0 : mean value 1 : 5 points Lower limit : -10.0 Upper limit : 10.0 Unit : none 0 : Schedule40 1 : Schedule80 Lower limt : 1 Upper limit : Liquid f2 Unit : Hz Lower limit : Liquid f1 Upper limit : Liquid f3 Unit : Hz Lower limit : Liquid f2 Upper limit : Liquid f4 Unit : Hz Lower limit : Liquid f3 Upper limit : Liquid f5

23

Flowmeter TRIO-WIRL Datalink Description Foundation Fieldbus

Relative Index

24

Parameter Name

Data type

Size

Storage Type

Read

Write

Default Values

91

Liquid f5

Float

4

S

R

OOS,Auto

2500.0

92

Liquid k1

Float

4

S

R

OOS,Auto

60.0

93

Liquid k2

Float

4

S

R

OOS,Auto

60.0

94

Liquid k3

Float

4

S

R

OOS,Auto

60.0

95

Liquid k4

Float

4

S

R

OOS,Auto

60.0

96

Liquid k5

Float

4

S

R

OOS,Auto

60.0

97

Liquid km

Float

4

S

R

OOS,Auto

60.0

98

Gas f1

Float

4

S

R

OOS,Auto

2500.0

99

Gas f2

Float

4

S

R

OOS,Auto

2500.0

100

Gas f3

Float

4

S

R

OOS,Auto

2500.0

101

Gas f4

Float

4

S

R

OOS,Auto

2500.0

102

Gas f5

Float

4

S

R

OOS,Auto

2500.0

103

Gas k1

Float

4

S

R

OOS,Auto

150.0

104

Gas k2

Float

4

S

R

OOS,Auto

150.0

105

Gas k3

Float

4

S

R

OOS,Auto

150.0

Description Unit Lower limit Upper limit Unit Lower limit Upper limit Unit Lower limit Upper limit Unit Lower limit Upper limit Unit Lower limit Upper limit Unit Lower limit Upper limit Unit Lower limit Upper limit Unit Lower limit Upper limit Unit Lower limit Upper limit Unit Lower limit Upper limit Unit Lower limit Upper limit Unit Lower limit Upper limit Unit Lower limit Upper limit Unit Lower limit Upper limit Unit Lower limit

: Hz : Liquid f4 : 2500 : Hz : 1.0 : 200000.0 : 1/m3 : 1.0 : 200000.0 : 1/m3 : 1.0 : 200000.0 : 1/m3 : 1.0 : 200000.0 : 1/m3 : 1.0 : 200000.0 : 1/m3 : 1.0 : 200000.0 : 1/m3 :1 : Gas f2 : Hz : Gas f1 : Gas f3 : Hz : Gas f2 : Gas f4 : Hz : Gas f3 : Gas f5 : Hz : Gas f4 : 2500 : Hz : 1.0 : 200000.0 : 1/m3 : 1.0 : 200000.0 : 1/m3 : 1.0

Flowmeter TRIO-WIRL Datalink Description Foundation Fieldbus

Relative Index

Parameter Name

Data type

Size

Storage Type

Read

Write

Default Values

106

Gas k4

Float

4

S

R

OOS,Auto

150.0

107

Gas k5

Float

4

S

R

OOS,Auto

150.0

108

Gas km

Float

4

S

R

OOS,Auto

150.0

109

DSP BootPage

Unsigned 8

1

S

R

OOS,Auto

1

110

Freq.Min

Unsigned 8

1

S

R

OOS,Auto

6

111

Freq.Max

Unsigned 8

1

S

R

OOS,Auto

1

112

Gain Max

Unsigned 16

2

S

R

OOS,Auto

0x06EA

113

BP-Aver Damp

Unsigned 8

1

S

R

OOS,Auto

1

114

FreqSpecBalance

Unsigned 8

1

S

R

OOS,Auto

0

Description Upper limit : 200000.0 Unit : 1/m3 Lower limit : 1.0 Upper limit : 200000.0 Unit : 1/m3 Lower limit : 1.0 Upper limit : 200000.0 Unit : 1/m3 Lower limit : 1.0 Upper limit : 200000.0 Unit : 1/m3 0 : Page 0 1 : Page Standard 2 : Page Spectrum 0 : 954Hz 1 : 477Hz 2 : 238Hz 3 : 119Hz 4 : 60Hz 5 : 30Hz 6 : 15Hz 7 : 8Hz 8 : 4Hz 9 : 2Hz 10: 1Hz 0 : 2500Hz 1 : 954Hz 2 : 477Hz 3 : 238Hz 4 : 119Hz 5 : 60Hz 6 : 30Hz 7 : 15Hz 8 : 8Hz 9 : 4Hz 10 : 2Hz Lower limit : 0x400 Upper limit : 0x07FF Unit : none 0 : 1.0 Sec 1 : 2.0 Sec 2 : 5.0 Sec 0 : Off 1 : 1 2 : 2

25

Flowmeter TRIO-WIRL Datalink Description Foundation Fieldbus

Relative Index

26

Parameter Name

Data type

Size

Storage Type

Read

Write

Default Values

115

Input Minimum

Float

4

S

R

OOS,Auto

0.03

116

Gain VibTrigger

Unsigned 16

2

S

R

OOS,Auto

0x062C

117

Vib Qv Factor

Float

4

S

R

OOS,Auto

0.9

118

Input Select

Unsigned 8

1

S

R

OOS,Auto

0

119

Low DisFrequen.

Float

4

S

R

OOS,Auto

5000

120

High DisFrequen.

Float

4

S

R

OOS,Auto

5000

121

Low DisGain

Unsigned 16

2

S

R

OOS,Auto

0x07FF

122

High DisGain

Unsigned 16

2

S

R

OOS,Auto

0x07FF

123

Temp.Correct.

Float

4

S

R

OOS,Auto

0.0

124

Temp.Interval

Unsigned 16

2

S

R

OOS,Auto

32767

125

Service Display

Unsigned 8

1

D

R

OOS,Auto

0

Description 3 : 3 Lower limit :0 Upper limit : 0.99 Unit : none Lower limit : 0x400 Upper limit : 0x07FF Unit : none Lower limit :0 Upper limit : 0.99 Unit : none 0 : Qv 1 : Qv Comp Lower limit :0 Upper limit : 5000 Unit : none Lower limit :0 Upper limit : 5000 Unit : none Lower limit : 0x0400 Upper limit :0x07FF Unit : none Lower limit : 0x0400 Upper limit : 0x07FF Unit : none Lower limit : -10.0 Upper limit :10.0 Unit : Celsius Lower limit :0 Upper limit : 32767 Unit : none 0 : BP Range 1 : BP State 2 : Input Values 3 : Vib In Values 4 : Input Quality 5 : Gain Values 6 : Freq Values

Flowmeter TRIO-WIRL Datalink Description Foundation Fieldbus

1.4.3

Transducer Block Parameter, sorted according to names

Parameter Name ALERT_KEY BLOCK_ALM BLOCK_ERR BP-Aver Damp CAL_MIN_SPAN CAL_POINT_HI CAL_POINT_LO CAL_UNIT Calib.Schedule COLLECTION_DIRECTORY Compressibility Damping Density Extension Display contrast Display line 1 Display line 2 Display line 3 Display line 4 Display mode DSP BootPage Enable K-Set Error register Flow mode Freq.Max Freq.Min FreqSpecBalance Gain Max Gain VibTrigger Gas f1 Gas f2 Gas f3 Gas f4 Gas f5 Gas k1 Gas k2 Gas k3 Gas k4 Gas k5 Gas km Hardware Config. High DisFrequen. High DisGain Input Minimum Input Select Instrument No. k-Linearisation language LIN-TYPE Liquid f1 Liquid f2 Liquid f3 Liquid f4 Liquid f5 Liquid k1 Liquid k2 Liquid k3 Liquid k4 Liquid k5 Liquid km Low DisFrequen. Low DisGain Mains failure Maxalarm flow Maxalarm Temp. Meter size Swirl

Index 4 8 6 113 18 16 17 19 86 12 46 64 53 77 73 74 75 76 72 109 83 78 42 111 110 114 112 116 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 65 120 122 115 118 80 84 37 27 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 119 121 79 67 69 39

Parameter Name Index Meter size Vortex 40 Minalarm flow 66 Minalarm Temp. 68 MODE_BLK 5 Normal condition 47 Normal density 45 Order-Number 81 Overflow (totalizer) 60 PressurePopr abs 51 Primary 38 PRIMARY_VALUE 14 PRIMARY_VALUE_RANGE 15 PRIMARY_VALUE_TYPE 13 Progr.level 35 PT100 Sensor 82 Pulse factor 70 Pulse width 71 Qmax 57 QmaxDN operat. 56 Qmin operat. 58 Reference density 44 Reference temp. 49 SECONDARY_VALUE 28 SECONDARY_VALUE_2 30 SECONDARY_VALUE_2_UNIT 31 SECONDARY_VALUE_3 32 SECONDARY_VALUE_3_UNIT 33 SECONDARY_VALUE_UNIT 29 SENSOR_CAL_DATE 25 SENSOR_CAL_LOC 24 SENSOR_CAL_METHOD 23 SENSOR_CAL_WHO 26 SENSOR_RANGE 21 SENSOR_SN 22 SENSOR_TYPE 20 Service code 36 Service Display 125 Shedule Correct. 41 Shedule-ShiftFct 85 ST_REV 1 STRATEGY 3 TAG_DESC 2 Temp.Correct. 123 Temp.Interval 124 Totalizer 59 Totalizer Reset 63 TRANSDUCER_DIRECTORY 9 TRANSDUCER_TYPE 10 Unit Density 43 Unit pressure 50 Unit Qm 55 Unit Qvol 54 Unit Temp. 48 Unit totalizer 61 Unit totalizer 62 UPDATE_EVT 7 Version 34 Vib Qv Factor 117 Volume Extension 52 XD_ERROR 11

27

Flowmeter TRIO-WIRL Datalink Description Foundation Fieldbus

1.5 1.5.1 E 1 2

1.5.2 E 1 2 3 4

1.5.3 E 1 2 3 4

1.5.4 E 1 2

1.5.5 E 1 2 3 4 5

1.5.6 E 1 2 3 4 5

1.5.7 E 1 2 3 4 5

28

Data Structure DS-65 – Value & Status – Floating Point Structure Element Name Status Value

Data Type Unsigned8 Float

Size 1 4

DS-68 – Scaling Structure Element Name EU at 100% EU at 0% Units Index Decimal Point

Data Type Float Float Unsigned16 Integer8

Size 4 4 2 1

DS-69 – Mode Structure Element Name Target Actual Permitted Normal

Data Type Bitstring Bitstring Bitstring Bitstring

Size 1 1 1 1

DS-70 – Access Permissions Element Name Grant Deny

Data Type Bitstring Bitstring

Size 1 1

DS-71 – Alarm Float Structure Element Name Unacknowledged Alarm State Time Stamp Subcode Value

Data Type Unsigned8 Unsigned8 Time Value Unsigned16 Float

Size 1 1 8 2 4

DS-72 – Alarm Discrete Structure Element Name Unacknowledged Alarm State Time Stamp Subcode Value

Data Type Unsigned8 Unsigned8 Time Value Unsigned16 Unsigned8

Size 1 1 8 2 1

DS-73 – Event Update Structure Element Name Unacknowledged Update State Time Stamp Static Revision Relative Index

Data Type Unsigned8 Unsigned8 Time Value Unsigned16 Unsigned16

Size 1 1 8 2 2

Flowmeter TRIO-WIRL Datalink Description Foundation Fieldbus

1.5.8 E 1 2 3 4

1.5.9 E 1 2 3 4 5

1.5.10 E 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

DS-74 – Alarm Summary Structure Element Name Current Unacknowledged Unreported Disabled

Data Type Bitstring Bitstring Bitstring Bitstring

Size 2 2 2 2

DS-82 – Simulate – Floating Point Structure Element Name Simulate Status Simulate Value Transducer Status Transdiúcer Value Simulate En/Disable

Data Type Unsigned8 Float Unsigned8 Float Unsigned8

Size 1 4 1 4 1

DS-85 – Test Structure Element Name Value 1 Value 2 Value 3 Value 4 Value 5 Value 6 Value 7 Value 8 Value 9 Value 10 Value 11 Value 12 Value 13 Value 14 Value 15

Data Type Boolean Integer8 Integer16 Integer32 Unsigned8 Unsigned16 Unsigned32 Float Visible String Octet String Date Time of Day Time Difference Bitstring Time Value

Size 1 1 2 4 1 2 4 4 32 32 7 6 6 2 8

29

Flowmeter TRIO-WIRL Datalink Description Foundation Fieldbus

1.6

Status-Byte

Measuement values are usually transferred as data structure DS-65 – Value & Status in cyclic communication. This structure consists of a value as float number and a status information as byte. This status byte has the following 3 parts: Bit 7 Bit 6 Quality

Bit 5

Bit 4 Bit 3 Quality Substatus

Quality 0: Bad 1: Uncertain 2: Good (Not Cascade) 3: Good (Cascade)

Substatus BAD 0: Non-specific 1: Configuration Error 2: Not Connected 3: Device Failure 4: Sensor Failure 5: No Communication (last usable value) 6: No Communication (no usable value) 7: Out of Service

Substatus UNCERTAIN 0: Non-specific 1: Last Usable Value 2: Substitute 3: Initial Value 4: Sensor Conversion not Accurate 5: Engineering Unit Range Violation 6: Sub-normal

Substatus GOOD (Non-Cascade) 0: Non-specific 1: Active Block Alarm 2: Active Advisory Alarm (priority < 8) 3: Active Critical Alarm (priority > 8) 4: Unacknowledged Block Alarm 5: Unacknowledged Advisory Alarm 6: Unacknowledged Critical Alarm

Substatus GOOD (Cascade) 0: Non-specific 1: Initialisation Acknowlegde 2: Initialisation Request 3: Not Invited 4: Not Selected 5: Local Override 6: 7: Fault State Active 8: Initiate Fault State

Limits: 0: Not limited 1: Low limited 2: High limited

3: Constant

30

Bit 2

Bit 1 Bit 0 Limits

Flowmeter TRIO-WIRL Datalink Description Foundation Fieldbus

2.

Hardware Switch

The switches can be found on the digital board (below the display). Should you desire to reach the switch, please unscrew the housing lid. The switch setting can be read out on the device display using the submenu function test, menu DIP-Switch.

On 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Switch 1 = Simulate Enable off = Simulation Mode disabled on = Simulation Mode enabled The switch position will be displayed via the resource block within the parameter BLOCK_ERR. Switch 2 = Write Protect (Schreibschutz) off = Write Protect disabled (Schreibschutz inaktiv) on = Write Protect enabled (Schreibschutz aktiv) The switch position will be displayed via the resource block within the parameter WRITE_LOCK.

31

Flowmeter TRIO-WIRL Datalink Description Foundation Fieldbus

3.

Start-Up

This manual is set out to provide a description of the TRIO-WIRL converter set-up using National Instruments Fieldbus Configuration System V2.3. In addition to the instrument, you will require the following instrument-describing files for TRIO-WIRL (000320/0015): 0101.ffo 0101.sym 010101.cff

(not required for NI-Configurator)

These files will be delivered along with the instrument on a CD-ROM which additionally includes this documentation. They can likewise be obtained via the Fieldbus Foundation Homepage www.fieldbus.org.

3.1

NI-Interface Config.

Initially, please, start the National Instruments Program “Interface Config.”. Neither the NI-FBUS configurator nor the NIFB program may be activated. Click on “DD info” and subsequently on “Import DD”. Please enter the path to the ffo- (and sym-) file and press the “OK” button to import the files.

32

Flowmeter TRIO-WIRL Datalink Description Foundation Fieldbus

3.2

Verify Hardware switch

Please check on TRIO-WIRL, whether the hardware switches 1 and 3 are set to off (see chapter 2). Should this not be the case, please change the setting to off (also feasible during instrument operation).

3.3

Connection Establishment

Please start the National Instruments© NI-FBUS Configurator. Subsequent to the connection establishment, the following message should appear:

This is the identifier (ID) structure: 000320

= manufacturer code ABB, hex

0015

= Device Type Code TRIO-WIRL, hex

TRIO-WIRL = Device name 12345

= serial no. of instrument expressed as 5-digit decimal figure

00

= double-zero always added

33

Flowmeter TRIO-WIRL Datalink Description Foundation Fieldbus

3.4

Blocks Out of Service

Prior to configuring the instrument, please verify whether all blocks are “out of service” . Verification can be done by opening (doubleclick on the block entry ) the block display for each block:

If necessary, please set blocks to “out of service”. NOTE: Both Target Mode and Actual mode have to be set to “OOS”!

3.5

Instrument and Block Denominations

Please choose an instrument denomination. To do so, please click on “PD_TAG TRIO-WIRL” using the right mouse button. Using SET TAG, please enter a denomination for the respective instrument. Repeat this procedure to choose a denomination for the blocks (RB2, FC, AI1, AI2). Should the error message “Write prohibited” appear, please verify once again, whether the “Write Protect” switch is set to off. (see 2). As to Foundation Fieldbus, you have to imagine that the block be instrument-independent. Thus different denominations for the different devices are not sufficient. Even the blocks at the same bus have to dispose of different denominations.

3.6

Resource Block

In general, no settings have to be adjusted within the resource block. Set the block into the mode “Auto”.

3.7

Transducer Block

The transducer block contains all instrument-specific parameters of the TRIO-WIRL converter. The parameter can be set in accordance with the application desired value. Please use the instruction manual for getting information about the specific parameter usage. Then set the block mode to “Auto”. 34

Flowmeter TRIO-WIRL Datalink Description Foundation Fieldbus

3.8

Analog input Block

Next you have to determine the unit handling. The measurements will be calculated within the transducer block and provided by the channels. Each channel disposes of different units (see 1.4.1). Within the AI block this value can merely be transferred (L_TYPE =direct) or the scale can be changed to another unit (L_TYPE =indirect) (see 1.3.1).

3.8.1

Unit with L_TYPE =Direct

Should within the AI block the L_TYPE (Index 16) be set to “Direct” will the structures XD_SCALE and OUT_SCALE need to be set up identically. The entry value will be directly and without transformation be transferred to OUT. The XD scale unit has to be identical with the channel unit. Example: The operating flow Qv shall be indicated in m3/h. Thus, please : •

Set the L_TYPE within the AI-Block to “Direct”



Set the channel within the AI block to 1 in order to choose Qv (see 1.4.1)



Within the transducer block (Index 54) set “Unit Qv” to m3/h. The channel 1 value then is displayed in this unit .



Within the AI block, please set the units XD_SCALE and OUT_SCALE likewise to m3/h.



Recommendation (not necessary): set 100%-value in XD-Scale and OUT-Scale to the QmaxDN value (Transducer-Block Index 56).



All values in XD_SCALE and OUT_SCALE have to be adjusted identically.



Set AI block to “Auto”.

Transducer Block Channel 1:

50

Idex54: Unit Qv: m3/h

Analogue Input Block XD-Scale: 100% : 100 0% : 0 Unit : m3/h DecPnt: 2

FIELD_VAL 50%

L_Type: direct

OUT-Scale: 100% : 100 0% : 0 Unit : m3/h DecPnt: 2

OUT 50 (m3/h)

Channel: 1

Using automatic operation mode the channel 1 value (see above example: “50”) will automatically transferred through the AI block and then be displayed as OUT value “50”. FIELD_VAL indicates the measurement value in input-(XD)-scaling expressed in percent, in this example “50.0%”. Info:

Both the 100% and the 0% values in the XD_SCALE and OUT _SCALE do not have to be identical with the real measuring ranges of the converter. Both values do in no way represent any limit. The AI block also tranfers measuring values differing from the indicated measuring range. E.g.: Taking the above example a measuring value of 200 (m3/h) will be processed without problems. FIELD_VAL would than amount to 200%. Yet, it is recommended to adjust the AI scaling to the real measurement range. Thereto you have to either enter the QmaxDN (TB index 56) or Qmax (TB index 57) as 100% value to XD_SCALE and OUT_SCALE. The 0% value then is 0. In that case the FIELD_VAL will be indicated as a percentage of the real flow. This is important for the alarm hysteresis value(AI index 24). ALARM_HYS is a percent value related to OUT_SCALE. 35

Flowmeter TRIO-WIRL Datalink Description Foundation Fieldbus

NOTE: Should alarms be used, the scaling of XD_SCALE and OUT_SCALE has to comply with the real measurement range.

3.8.2

Unit with L_TYPE=Indirect

Should within the AI block the L_TYPE (index 16) be set to „indirect“, a change of scale as to the measurement value within the AI block will be effected (see 1.3.1). Using the XD_SCALE the channel value will be set to percent (= FIELD_VAL). Using the OUT_SCALE structure, the percent value will be scaled to OUT value. The XD_SCALE unit has to be identical with the channel unit. Thus a change of scaling to any suitable unit available with Foundation Fieldbus becomes feasible. Example: The operating flow Qv in ML/d (MegaLiter/Day) shall be displayed. For this purpose, the conversion factor has to be known: 100 m3/h = 2400 m3/d = 2,400,000 L/d = 2.4 ML/d Settings: •

Set L_TYPE within AI block to indirect.



Set Channel within AI block to 1 as to choose Qv (see 1.4.1)



Set “Unit Qv” (index 54) within transducer block to m3/h. Thus the channel 1 value will be displayed in this unit.



Set XD_SCALE within AI block to 0 to 100 m3/h. The unit has to comply with the channel unit



Set OUT_SCALE within AI block to 0 to 2.4 ML/d.



Set AI block to “auto" Transducer Block Channel 1:

50

Idex54: Einheit Qv: m3/h

Analog Input Block XD_SCALE: 100% : 100 0% : 0 Unit : m3/h DecPnt: 2

FIELD_VAL 50%

L_Type: indirect

OUT_SCALE: 100% : 2,4 0% : 0 Unit : ML/d DecPnt: 2

OUT 1,2 (ML/d)

Channel: 1

Using the XD scaling, the channel 1 value („50“ in this example) will then be automatically set to 50(%). This value is scaled to 1.20 (ML/d) using OUT_SCALE. Info:

As is the case with L_TYPE = „direct“ the range of scaling does not necessarily have to be identical with the measurement range of the instrument. You could also scale the instrument to, say, 0 - 1000 m3/h to 0 - 24 ML/d or even 0 - 1 m3/h to 0 - 0.024 ML/d. The percent value FIELD_VAL would then differ considerably, depending on the scaling chosen. Should you want the percent value FIELD_VAL to be displayed as a percent value off the real flow, the scaling range has to correspond to the real measurement range, i.e. to the QmaxDN or Qmax value. Example: QmaxDN = 6 m3/h = 6*0.024 ML/d = 0.144 ML/d

36

Flowmeter TRIO-WIRL Datalink Description Foundation Fieldbus

In this case you would have to enter 0 - 6 m3/h with XD_SCALE and 0 - 0.144 ML/d with OUT_SCALE. Then FIELD_VAL will show a percentage of QmaxDN, i.e. the real flow. The alarm hysteresis ALARM_HYS (AI index 24) represents a percentage referring to OUT_SCALE. Note:

When using alarms OUT_SCALE has to correspond to the real measurement range.

Warning:

With L_TYPE „indirect“ the converter does NOT verifiy scaling and unit of OUT_SCALE It is feasible to choose any sensible or insensible unit. The above example could for example also be scaled at 0-100 m3/h to 0-100 kg/h, which, under certain circumstances could well be considered sensible. Yet, the scaling could also be set at 0-100 m3/h to 0-100 Celsius, which, of course, makes no sense at all. There is, of course, always a risk of faulty scaling. You could, e.g., set a scaling from 0 – 100 m3/h to 0-100 ML/d, which would be incorrect. This behaviour refers to the Foundation Fieldbus AI blocks. The operator takes the responsibility of correctly setting the scale.

3.8.3

Summary AI block settings

Minimum settings: •

Valid channel



L_TYPE: direct or indirect



XD_SCALE



OUT_SCALE

It is recommended to work with L_TYPE direct in order to avoid errors during change of scaling.

37

Flowmeter TRIO-WIRL Datalink Description Foundation Fieldbus

The following pictures show the settings at the National Instruments© NI-FBUS Configurator:

38

Flowmeter TRIO-WIRL Datalink Description Foundation Fieldbus

3.9

PERIOD_OF_EXECUTION

Within the AI block view choose the tab „Block Information”. Should this tab not be visible, close the block view window and choose from the menu bar of the main window: View→ Preferences→ Block View And then activate “Show Block Information”. Open the AI block view again and look into the tab “Block Information”. The parameter PERIOD_OF_EXECUTION indicates in which intervals the function block should be processed. The time basis is 1/32 msec. An PERIOD_OF_EXECUTION other than 0 (e.g. 32000 corresponds to 1sec) means that the block is already being processed regularly. In this case, the block can be set to “auto”. Should the PERIOD_OF_EXECUTION be set to 0 it means that the block has not yet been included in the temporal processing. In this case it will not be feasible to set the block to auto mode prior to creating a schedule for block processing.

39

Flowmeter TRIO-WIRL Datalink Description Foundation Fieldbus

3.10

Scheduling Download Project

Please double-click on „Function Block Application“ to open this window. Then click on “Analog_Input_1” using the left mouse button. Keep the mouse button down. Drag the AI 1 symbol in the “Function Block Application” window. Should you want to make likewise use of AI2, repeat the above-mentioned procedure. For information, please open the schedule window. The loop time within the “Function Block Application” window is set to a default value of 1 sec. From the schedule window it can be seen which blocks are to be processed in this loop and in which order of processing. In this example it would merely be the block AI1 and AI2. The execution time of the AI blocks amounts to 50msec. This information will be displayed in the block information within the AI window: 1600 (/32msec) = 50msec. At least the OUT parameter coming from the AI blocks would in general be connected with other block inputs. For this reason you would have to enter further blocks from other instruments at the bus into the “Function Block Application” and connect the in and outputs of the blocks. For testing purposes of a single device , however, there is no need for such a connection (see above picture). Click on “Download Project” to download this configuration into your instrument. Choosing “Automatic Mode Handling” within the download window guarantees that the target mode of resource and AI block will, during the downloading process, be first set to “Out of Service” and then to “Auto”. Should “Automatic Mode Handling” not have been activated you are forced to manually acknowledge the change of mode. If, at the very end of the download, the target mode is not set to “normal mode” (=Auto), please make up for it for the resource and the AI blocks after completion of download. The “Actual Mode” of these blocks should likewise change to “Auto”.

40

Flowmeter TRIO-WIRL Datalink Description Foundation Fieldbus

3.11

Device Display

Der TRIO-WIRL is equiped with a four line LCD. In the submenu „Display“ the content of the display is set (see auf rel. index 73 upto 76 in transducer block). The following selections are possible: 6 7 8 9

: : : :

AI1 Out AI1 Status AI2 Out AI2 Status

3.11.1

AI1 Out and AI2 Out

The out value of the choosen AI blockis displayed (AI1 or AI2). The number of digits right to decimal point are set by the value in Decimal-Point in the OUT_SCALE structure. The diplayed value is UNIT_INDEX of the OUT_SCALE structure: AI1

3.11.2

123.45

l/s

AI1 Status and AI2 Status

The actual mode of thechoosen block and the status of OUT is displayed: AI1

AUTO GOOD

Right to the status the substatius if available is diplayed as number. Example : BAD 4 means status is BAD, Substatus 4 = Sensor failure (Substatus codes see chapter 1.6).

3.12

Error Detection

3.12.1

Write parameters

The following error messages can appear while writing parameters using NI configurator: Write is prohibited (Error code 40) 1. Check whether the write protect switch is deactivated (see 2). This can be checked at the instrument (switch position) or checking the the WRITE_LOCK parameter (to be found within the NI configurator in the resource block window below the tab “options”). This parameter indicates the status of the wirte protector switch and supplies the message “Locked” or “Not Locked”. 2. The respective parameter can (with current configuration) not be written. See description of respective parameter. Wrong Mode for Request (Error code 39) Each block disposes of a mode structure. This is composed of four single parameters: • •

Target Actual

• •

Permitted Normal

desired operating mode, e.g. Auto current operating mode. Should the target be set to auto and a configuration error is detected, will the actual mode be remain to “Out of Service”. Includes all possible operating modes. I.e. with an AI block:Out of service, Man, Auto normal operating mode, with AI block: Auto

41

Flowmeter TRIO-WIRL Datalink Description Foundation Fieldbus

Some parameters can merely be written if the target is set to „Out of Service“. Other parameters can also be written in “Man” and still others can be written in each of the target modes. For more detailed information, see block description Exceed Limit (Error code 38) It was attempted to write a value exceeding the permitted limits of a parameter. Refer to the parameter description to learn which limits and values respectively are permitted.

42

Flowmeter TRIO-WIRL Datalink Description Foundation Fieldbus

3.12.2

AI-Block cannot be set to auto

The Auto mode of an AI block requires the following conditions : 1. The resource block has to be set to auto. No other pre-conditions. 2. Within the AI block a valid channel has to be entered (1-5). 3. L_Type has to be set to direct or indirect (indirect square root is likewise possible) 4. XD-SCALE unit has to be idential with channel unit (see also 1.4.1). 5. With L_Type „Direct the XD_SCALE and OUT_SCALE structures have to be identical 6. The PERIOD_OF_EXECUTION of the AI block has to be of a value other than 0 Should these conditions be met and the target mode of the AI block be set to auto, will the actual mode and thus the block itself be set to auto. Whether these conditions are met or not can be taken from the parameter BLOCK_ERR (within the NI configurator in the AI window below the tab diagnostics). Should the Block Configuration Error appear, please check which of the above mentioned conditions 1-6 has not been met. If the PD_Tag of the device is changed or the Tag of the Resource- or Analog Input Block behind downloading of a schedule, it may be not possible to switch the AI-blocks to auto although the conditions are met. In this case create a new schedule with the “new” Blocks (=new Tags= new designations) and download the new schedule into the device.

43

Rights reserved to make technical revisions. This Instruction Bulletin is copyright protected. Translations, reproductions or distribution in any form - including editing and abstracts - and in particular, duplicating, photocopying, electronic distribution or storing in data processing installations or networks without the express consent of the copyright holder is strictly forbidden and may lead to civil or criminal proceedings.

ABB Automation Products GmbH Dransfelder Str. 2, D-37079 Goettingen Tel.: +49 (0) 5 51 9 05 - 0 Fax: +49 (0) 5 51 9 05 - 777 http://www.abb.com

Rights reserved to make technical revisions Printed in the Fed. R. of Germany D184B093U24 Rev. 01 Issued 03.02

Rights reserved to make technical revisions. This Instruction Bulletin is copyright protected. Translations, reproductions or distribution in any form - including editing and abstracts - and in particular, duplicating, photocopying, electronic distribution or storing in data processing installations or networks without the express consent of the copyright holder is strictly forbidden and may lead to civil or criminal proceedings.

ABB Automation Products GmbH Dransfelder Str. 2, D-37079 Goettingen Tel.: +49 (0) 5 51 9 05 - 0 Fax: +49 (0) 5 51 9 05 - 777 http://www.abb.com

Rights reserved to make technical revisions Printed in the Fed. R. of Germany Rev. Issued

Rights reserved to make technical revisions. This Instruction Bulletin is copyright protected. Translations, reproductions or distribution in any form - including editing and abstracts - and in particular, duplicating, photocopying, electronic distribution or storing in data processing installations or networks without the express consent of the copyright holder is strictly forbidden and may lead to civil or criminal proceedings.

ABB Automation Products GmbH Dransfelder Str. 2, D-37079 Goettingen Tel.: +49 (0) 5 51 9 05 - 0 Fax: +49 (0) 5 51 9 05 - 777 http://www.abb.com

Rights reserved to make technical revisions Printed in the Fed. R. of Germany Rev. Issued

Rights reserved to make technical revisions. This Instruction Bulletin is copyright protected. Translations, reproductions or distribution in any form - including editing and abstracts - and in particular, duplicating, photocopying, electronic distribution or storing in data processing installations or networks without the express consent of the copyright holder is strictly forbidden and may lead to civil or criminal proceedings.

ABB Automation Products GmbH Dransfelder Str. 2, D-37079 Goettingen Tel.: +49 (0) 5 51 9 05 - 0 Fax: +49 (0) 5 51 9 05 - 777 http://www.abb.com

Rights reserved to make technical revisions Printed in the Fed. R. of Germany Rev. Issued

Rights reserved to make technical revisions. This Instruction Bulletin is copyright protected. Translations, reproductions or distribution in any form - including editing and abstracts - and in particular, duplicating, photocopying, electronic distribution or storing in data processing installations or networks without the express consent of the copyright holder is strictly forbidden and may lead to civil or criminal proceedings.

ABB Automation Products GmbH Dransfelder Str. 2, D-37079 Goettingen Tel.: +49 (0) 5 51 9 05 - 0 Fax: +49 (0) 5 51 9 05 - 777 http://www.abb.com

Rights reserved to make technical revisions Printed in the Fed. R. of Germany Rev. Issued